Engineering Projects/Poppit/Howard Community College/Fall2011/501 boring
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Problem Statement[edit | edit source]
Identify if the matrix set-up is truly random in terms of both ratios of balloons as well as initial groupings of balloons.
Team Members[edit | edit source]
Put each team members name here with links to their personal page here. Real names do not have to be used.
Summary[edit | edit source]
We counted the number of balloons of each color and came to the conclusion that the setup is random to an extent. The number of ballons of each color is random within a certain range (~15-45) and that once the number of balloons of each color is picked then the setup and placement of all of the balloons within the grid is truly random. team weekly reports.
Story[edit | edit source]
Decision List[edit | edit source]
Which part of the project specifically we wanted to focus on and advance. We ended up deciding on exactly how random the setup of the game is.
Software List[edit | edit source]
Time[edit | edit source]
Estimated 1-2 hours per person over the weekend. Actual time ended up being slightly over 2 hours per person.
Next Steps[edit | edit source]
Testing further and confirming our findings about how random the game is and also attempting to recreate a simpler version of the game that creates matrices of a similar nature.